Belleville Library Speaks to Local Students About Summer Reading Program #michlit #motownmom

Keystone Academy students will hear from representatives from the Belleville Library on Friday, June 2. Library representatives will speak to students about the summer reading program. Each year the library offers a free program to help students continue reading over the summer break. The presentation begins at 8 a.m.

Keystone Academy, operated by National Heritage Academies, is a free public charter school serving students in grades kindergarten through eighth.

WHO:             Keystone Academy

WHAT:           Belleville Library Visit

WHEN:          8 a.m. Friday, June 2, 2017

WHERE:        Keystone Academy
47925 Bemis Road
Belleville, MI 48111

CONTACT:   Katie Baker
616-929-1103 (office); 517- 282-7579 (cell)

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